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How to Break Your Fast the Right Way

Updated: Apr 2, 2023

Tips for safely ending your Fast and how to gradually reintroduce solid foods.


Disclaimer: The information provided in this document is for educational purposes only and should not be considered medical advice.



Peace! It is important to discuss how to break your fast properly, whether you are fasting for religious or health reasons. Knowing how to do so can help you avoid any negative effects on your body.


Tip #1 - Start slowly


First and foremost, it is important to start slowly. Do not jump straight into eating a large meal after a long fast, as this can shock your system and cause discomfort, bloating, and indigestion. Instead, start by slowly reintroducing fiber. A smoothie made solely from fruits (without nuts or seeds) is a great option. Gradually build up to solid foods, starting with small portions and gradually increasing your intake throughout the week as needed.


Tip #2 - Hydrate your body


Secondly, it is important to hydrate your body. Drink plenty of spring water with lemon or lime to rehydrate your system and replenish any lost fluids. You can also opt for coconut water to help restore your body's balance.

"It is not always easy to stop eating the many acidic foods we have enjoyed for so long, but it can be accomplished through cleansing.." – Dr. Sebi

Tip #3 - Choose Nutrient-Dense foods


When it comes to food choices, it is important to choose nutrient-dense foods. This means opting for foods that are high in minerals. Great options include fruits and vegetables, as well as nuts, grains, and seeds.



Avoid processed and sugary foods as they can cause a spike in blood sugar levels and leave you feeling sluggish.


Tip #4 - Importance of mindful eating


In addition to food choices, it is important to focus on mindful eating. Take your time to chew your food properly and savor each bite. This will not only aid in digestion but also help you recognize when you are full, preventing overeating.


Tip #5 - Listen to your body


Lastly, listen to your body. If you feel uncomfortable or experience any negative symptoms, slow down and give your body time to adjust.


You got this!


By following these tips, you can break your fast the right way and avoid any negative effects on your body. Thank you for reading and happy fasting!

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lynnwatson20
lynnwatson20
Jun 05, 2023

i very much appreciate you thanks your helping my journey with transition to fruits and fasting also juicing and i been vegan for 6 years and i’m age 66 lol but you are inspiring thank you young man. i have health problems but watching your videos makes life easier for me to get to my goal.

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Hey Wsp i seen your locs and it look healthy and I have locs too. I know this off topic but when I went to the store a security guard said he a locs before and used the real coconut fruit and crack it open to wash his hair after shampooing and conditioning his locs. Is it ok to do that? Also Thank you for helpful tips!

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